Antique Teapot in Silver in the Shape of a Pumpkin from England 1831

Item number: B015401.2

Antique Teapot in Sterling Silver 925/-

Category: Teapots & Coffeepots

1.450,00 €

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Rarely beautiful teapot in sterling silver925/- from the reign of William IV in England circa 1830. Squat gourd form on four shell-crowned scroll feet. Segmented, domed hinged lid with pumpkin head. Snail handle with insulators and finial with pumpkin leaves. Elegantly shaped spout. Family crest with a unicorn and signed on the base for Rev. Oswald Master at Cold Norton in Essex 1863. Made by the renowned silversmiths of Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard, London 1831. Condition very good, museum and collectible.

Dimensions & Details
- Sterling silver 925/-
- Weight 445,56 g
- Capacity 0,5 L
- 22 x 14 x 12 cm


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Materialien: Silber
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